About us

We are a group of organisations and individuals with a passion for participatory arts and an understanding that working together to strengthen support for those working in the field will bring benefits for everyone involved. 

Coming together as ArtWorks Alliance enables us to do more - more swiftly - to develop participatory arts than we can each achieve on our own. We can support better both the organisations delivering participatory arts and the artists working in the field, leading to higher quality experiences for participants.

Our work is ambitious and far-sighted. You can find out who we are here. And you can join us here too.

Newsletter Icon

Sign up to our Newsletter

Don’t miss out on all the latest for and about participatory arts and artists. Sign up to our newsletter here. We promise not to bombard you with messages!

Newsletter Icon

We've been supported by…

ArtWorks Alliance is funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, with additional project funding from Creative Scotland. 

 

ArtWorks was originally developed by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

 

Resources Icon

Our Knowledge Bank

ArtWorks Alliance and its partners have created a huge library of research materials, reports and other resources. These all feature in our Knowledge Bank which is fully searchable and being added to all the time - and its free to everyone to use.

Featured Resources

Latest Resources

Social Media Icon

News & Views

ArtWorks Alliance Twitter

A more collaborative creative economy

Date: December 2018 | Posted by: Mary

Catherine Rogers, from Alliance partner Creative Leicestershire, continues her blog about a recent British Council funded partnership development visit to Brazil.

Read More

Crisis - Place & People

Date: November 2018 | Posted by: Mary

Catherine Rogers, Alliance partner Creative Leicestershire Manager and also Junction Arts Chair and Advantage Creative Associate, writes about her first day on a recent British Council funded partnership development visit to Brazil.

Read More

Becoming trauma informed is a journey

Date: October 2018 | Posted by: Mary

Our ‘blog swap’ arrangement with the US Bartol Foundation starts with their interview with the artist Mindy A. Early about trauma informed practice.

Read More

Artist as instigator...it's time to speak out

Date: September 2018 | Posted by: Mary

Rhian Hutchings, Partnership Manager at ArtWorks Cymru, shares key provocations and practices from the Fourth International Teaching Artist Conference (ITAC4) held recently in New York City.

Read More